ATT Will Launch Enhanced Push To Talk - ATT nowadays announced expanded customer trails of an "Enhanced Push To Talk" (PTT) service that it plans to launch in late 2012. The new service improves on ATT's existing PTT service with "dramatically improved performance, options and device choices." At launch later this year, the corporate can offer up to 5 compatible smartphones, as well as additional then one from Samsung. ATT current and new PTT solutions are powered by Kodiak Networks PTT technology. ATT is currently doubling the quantity of business PTT users who could participate in its free program. CourierNet, an Atlanta-based courier company, is trialing ATT Enhanced PTT with its team of over 500 drivers and 75 dispatchers. a single CourierNet dispatcher typically coordinates time-sensitive document and package deliveries with anywhere from twenty to thirty drivers at a time, so speed, prioritization and reliability are key when it involves choosing the right technology for the work.
At a time when different carriers are phasing out PTT networks, ATT’s goal is to produce customers with the sort of communication service they have for instant cluster communications, backed by 4G technology and a broad portfolio of devices and business applications. ATT offers a basic PTT service nowadays, but expects to launch its Enhanced Push To Talk answer with dramatically improved performance, options and device choices in late 2012.
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